The Mother’s Day Project

War is Personal

Spc. Ashley Sietsema

Ashley Sietsema, 20, a member of the Illinois Army National Guard serving Operation Iraqi Freedom, died November 12th in Kuwait City. She died of injuries suffered in a one vehicle crash when the ambulance she was driving overturned.

Her life was full of promise, her family and friends said. She married Max Sietsema in April. She had been enrolled at Northern Illinois University prior to being deployed, and hoped to become a nurse.

Ashley Sietsema is the 100th female Coalition soldier to die as a result of serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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2 Comments»

  jennifer wrote @

I am so sorry for your loss. She still had her whole life ahead of her. I am a registered nurse in an emergency room. I have so much respect for paramedics and ambulance medics, they are the ones who are really on the front lines and often make all the difference in a patient’s outcome. I have 2 little ones, I can not imagine losing my daughter. God Speed.

  flor (su abuela) wrote @

yo la extra├▒o mucho,cuando me dieron la noticia senti que moria junto con ella,para mi ella fue mi hija, la quise tanto como nunca habia querido a nadie, la recuerdo con mucha tranquilidad y con mucho amor, descanse en paz.
gracias diosito, por no habermela hecho sufrir por que su muerte fue rapida, gracias dios.


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